Every Saturday 10:00 to 2:00
24 Maple Road - Chelmsford, MA
(Every winter since 2010)

Sunday, October 27, 2013

Opening Day! November 2, 2013

Are you ready for the winter market to begin? We have some wonderful new vendors - and returning favorites.  Don't forget we will have Chef Chris Avtges, a contestant from the Food Network show "Chopped"  with his cooking demo "A Healthier Holiday Meal" at 12:00.
Here is our vendor line up for the first market:

Bagel Land: fresh and delicious bagels as well as an assortment of gluten-free baked goods
Cuesta's Fiesta: empanadas, tortillas, paella, croquettes and crepes
Danish Pastry House: wonderful old world pastries, breads, pies and tarts
Fior D'Italia: fresh pasta, ravioli, sauces, pasta entrees, fresh mozzarella
The Humble Crumb: cookies, muffins,biscuits, cinnamon rolls & whoopie pies
Jones Farm: mesculin mix, apples, squash, carrots, kale, eggs, cider & cheese
Lyn-Dell Farm: Beef, pork and chicken
Muddy Water Coffee Roasters: freshly roasted coffee beans & freshly brewed coffee
Wild Nicks Cafe: marinara, bolognese, pesto and wildly sweet BBQ sauces
Seafood Express: crab cakes, fish, clams, scallops, chowder
Spinach Pie Guy: traditional spinach pie and baklava
Suds & Scrubs: soap, body butter, sugar scrubs and lip balm
Town Farm Gardens: pickles, relish, jams and salsa
Two Stylish Sisters Jewelry: beautiful handmade jewelry by these talented sisters
Warren Farm & Sugarhouse: maple syrups, confections, marinades and spice rubs
Delightful Surprise Sweets: fudge in a fantastic assortment of flavors

This is a wonderful way to support your local farms and small businesses.  I hope to see you there!

Monday, October 7, 2013

Opening Day - November 2, 2013 Special Guest!

Opening Day of our Winter Market is Saturday, November 2, 1013 from 10:00 to 2:00.  We will have a special guest at this Market.  Chris Avtges, who appeared on the Food Network show "Chopped" will be conducting a cooking demo and a talk on How To Eat Healthier During the Holidays

“Chopped” contestant Chris Avtges ditched his “fat is flavor” approach to cooking and lost 140 pounds.